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Al Jazeera America
Mar 10, 2014 1:30pm EDT
, kosta grammatis, tell us about the story you covered. >> the thomas edson of our time, jack andraka, he invented a >> twenty five years ago, pan am flight 103 exploded in the skys above lockerbie. only one man was convicted of the attack >> the major difficulty for the prosecution, that there was no evidence... >> now a three year al jazeera investigation, reveals a very different story about who was responsible >> they refuse to look into this... >> so many people at such a high level had a stake in al megrahi's guilt. lockerbie: what really happened? on al jazeera america >> welcome back to "techknow." i'm here with kosta grammatis, phil torres. genius. >> yes. this is him, freaking out at the intel science fair when he took first place. he's 16, invented a cancer screening test. now pancreatic cancer and other cancers are hard to test for, not accurate and take time to do. he invented a cancer screening test that is changing everything. he's incredible. i got to spend a day with him, got go kayaking and see what life was like. let's check it out. >> jack, stand up. that's pretty spec
Al Jazeera America
Mar 12, 2014 5:30pm EDT
. >> the thomas edson of our time, jack andraka, he invented a >> al jazeera america is a straight-forward news channel. >> its the most exciting thing to happen to american journalism in decades. >> we believe in digging deep. >> its unbiased, fact-based, in-depth journalism. >> you give them the facts, dispense with the fluff and get straight to the point. >> i'm on the ground every day finding stories that matter to you. >> in new orleans... >> seattle bureau... >> washington... >> detroit... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. take a new look at news. >> welcome back to "techknow." i'm here with kosta grammatis, phil torres. genius. >> yes. this is him, freaking out at the intel science fair when he took first place. he's 16, invented a cancer screening test. now pancreatic cancer and other cancers are hard to test for, not accurate and take time to do. he invented a cancer screening test that is changing everything. he's incredible. i got to spend a day with him, got go kayaking and see what life was like. let'
FOX
Mar 14, 2014 3:30pm PDT
began. according to reports a woman in canada named kira jack wanted to get her video-obsessed cousins off the couch and out into the world and she challenged them to go out and do snow angels in the snow. she posted it on facebook and challenged her other cusses to do the same thing but it kept getting shared over and over again and now it spread through canada and through the northern states. this is perhaps one of my favorite of the video challenges that popped up. this called captain quinn's winter challenge 2014 and that's the captain and he specializes in comedy fishing. he's very, very cold. he's having a beast of a time. finally watch him go in. >> oh, my goodness. >> that's the kind of thing you got to jump in one shot. >> ah! ha ha ha! i challenge my mom! >> his mom? >> i love this guy. he comes out can barely speak and he challenges his mom to do it next. >> well, do you know what, that's genius, because probably going to stop there and then nobody else has to go through it. >> wow, this is like net nominating but it's chilly. chill nominate. >> indigenous people have been d
Bloomberg
Mar 15, 2014 8:30am EDT
, ace! >> and the river comes, jack of spades. gabelli's night is over. as bill perkins takes down a huge pot. and is now our chip leader. >> i hate to see mario go home, but, hey, he called it, and the charity is still getting $25,000. >> then there were four. >> one huge hand and bill perkins has taken over the driver's seat in this tournament. steve kuhn folds, over to jim chanos on the button. >> 20. >> he raises it up to 20,000. >> i like to raise more than i like limping. but with seven big blinds left, i prefer to see him take a page out of steve kuhn's book and just go all in. perkins not considering folding here. he's trying to decide whether to call or go all in. >> maybe it's mario's seat. >> i'm all in. >> he does push all in. >> that's easy. >> it's not the easiest call for chanos with his tournament life at risk, but it's one he has to make. right now perkins is a slight favorite. >> so we go to the flop. the flop is jack, seven, queen. chanos pulls ahead with a pair of jacks. >> understandably. >> turn is the 10 of spades, chanos still in front. >> perkins needs only
CNBC
Mar 13, 2014 6:00am EDT
. thooel thooel she'll be with us right after this break. >>> later, jack welch joins us for two hours on squawk. you don't want to miss this. nt . ameriprise asked people a simple question: can you keep your lifestyle in retirement? i don't want to think about the alternative. i don't even know how to answer that. i mean, no one knows how long their money is going to last. i try not to worry, but you worry. what happens when your paychecks stop? because everyone has retirement questions. ameriprise created the exclusive confident retirement approach. to get the real answers you need. start building your confident retirement today. sometimes they just drop in. always obvious. cme group can help you navigate risks and capture opportunities. we enable you to reach global markets and drive forward with broader possibilities. cme group: how the world advances. >>> welcome back, everybody. it is a classic david and goliath story and it's playing out in the largest bank deal in latin america since 2008. cartica is challenging corpbanca. joining us is teresa barger, co-founder and senior mana
Bloomberg
Mar 6, 2014 5:00pm EST
is the senior analyst at kelley blue book. coming up, frank sinatra actually used to drink jack daniels whiskey. now his name is on a special edition of the whiskey. we will take a closer look at how liquor companies are adding a shot of star power to their marketing efforts. that is next. ♪ >> this is "taking stock" on bloomberg. i'm pimm fox. originally, the creator of bitcoin has denied involvement with the virtual currency. hoshino okamoto spoke to reporters outside his home saying he is not involved in bitcoin. earlier this week, an article was published saying that he is the creator of the controversial virtual currency. let's turn to the world of whiskey and other spirits. them even departed. celebrity endorsements, we know, our big news, and it would be harder to find a bigger celebrity endorsement dan frank sinatra, considering he's already passed away. old blue eyes passed away in 1998. but frank sinatra enterprises is going strong and it is teaming up with jack daniels to produce a tennessee whiskey called sinatra select. the story is in bloomberg businessweek in the etc. section.
Bloomberg
Mar 17, 2014 8:00pm EDT
! >> here it's comes. oh, my goodness. wow! let's go! score! oh, no! in 1986, he commentated as jack nicklaus became the oldest player to win a major tournament. but this for sole possession of the lead. -- >> this is for sole possession of the lead. maybe -- yes, sir. >> at 73, he continues his craft. he will serve as a byplay announcer for march madness -- play-by-play announcer for march madness. i am pleased to have verne lundquist back at the table. the table for the first time. this table. had thisrstand, we conversation 25 years ago. thank you, charlie. >> it is the one hell of a run? >> extraordinary. i have been so privileged so many times to be an moment like the jack. the championship at the age of 46. i look back at it with some emotion that relies what a privilege it has been. quick if you set -- >> if you say to somebody, why add cover sports and why is a great life, what would you say? >> you can let your imagination roam a bit. at president johnson's television station and i was there for three years. devoted myself to something serious. i took a job in senate 20 oh,
CBS
Mar 5, 2014 5:00pm PST
relationship with 80-year-old jack farrell. >> i'd be dead. he saved my life. carbon monoxide is [ censored ] deadly, man. >> reporter: jack was sleeping in a nearby bedroom when the wall heater started filling his house with carbon monoxide colorless, odorless. the poison gas nearly killed him in his sleep. max dragged jack out of bed by his arm down the hall and into here. >> here in the kitchen. i finally woke up and wondered what the hell is going on because he was -- had a hold of my arm. and that's when i -- i'm bleeding like hell so that's when i called 911. >> very serious case. jack could have died. >> reporter: the deputy chief says the amount of carbon monoxide was staggering! >> we took a reading of the environment. we found 75 parts per million. to put that into perspective, we don our breathing gear at 25 parts per million. >> saved my life. that's all i can tell you. >> reporter: max actually is a rescue dog. jack got him from german shepherd rescue of northern california about a year ago. now max is a hero. >> a hero who besides food that is just wants one thing. to go ridi
FOX
Mar 31, 2014 9:30am PDT
that they nicknamed jack. jack is in trouble. jack can't keep up with mom and his brothers or sisters because jack has a broken leg. >> oh. >> that's tough for goats because they climb on everything. look where they are. >> habitat, a bun of of rocks. >> probably hungry. >> worn out. lying here. they've got this thing over his head. heard how hard he's breathing. >> these guys say, we have to do something. call the sspca, scottish spca, showed up in 30 minutes, got, this take him down. looks happy. almost smiling. >> he's kind of excited. >> makes me want a goat, i want a goat. >> makes you wonder how long his leg was broke, struggling for a while. >> how did he do it for sure? spca takes him away. jack was given medication for pain and had a cast put on. he's hanging out for a few weeks but once he recovers they're going to put him back on the mountain, take him back out, where he belongs in the wild. what would you do if you found this animal? part of you thinks, this is what happens, let him go. but they had to do something. >>> after a long day at work or doing whatever you're doing, sometimes you
of this polling. and reagan won. >> you can watch this and other programs online at booktv.org. >> jack shaheen is the author of "a is for arab." he joined john tchen and dylan yeats to talk about the history and current use of arab and asian stereotypes in america. that's coming up next on booktv. >> thanks for that kind introduction. it's truly an honor to be here at the museum of chinese and america, an institution that has done so much to increase public understanding of not only the chinese immigrant experience in the united states, but also of asian-americans and the asian diaspora more generally. i'm particularly, i'm an editor at the new york times, and i mostly traffic in words. and do careful editing. i'm very attentive. i try to be to nuances of word selection, diction, syntax but also meaning. but i'm also very, very aware of the acute and enduring power -- thank you very much -- of images. and what was most striking to me in looking at these two books is the immense visual array of what's been amassed here which is really something quite distinctive. i don't think in any of the boo
NBC
Mar 17, 2014 12:30am PDT
>> hi, welcome to "on the money." i'm becky quick. leadership from a man who knows, how jack walsh says you can get ahead in your job. >> one word, overdeliver. >> the markets take a breather this week. anything more than a pause? and why everyone seems to be nervous about china all of a sudden. plus, being green for st. patrick's day. we'll find out why irish whiskey may replace scotch as the drink of choice. and talk to the owner of an iconic irish bar. "on the money" starts right now. >>> this is america's number one financial news program. on the money. now becky quick. >>> here is a look at what is making news as we head into a new week. the big chill in the u.s. economy may be fine. sales at retailers rose 0.3% last month. better than economists expected could show a rebound from a weather related midwinter swamp. retail sales are important. consumers make up 2/3 of the u.s. economy. a surprise selloff in the markets late this week, fears about china's economy to tensions in ukraine. whatever the cause the dow fell more than 200 points on thursday. that was the fourth consecu
Bloomberg
Mar 18, 2014 10:00am EDT
. -- saudiou solved this arabia needs to pump more oil. gary, thank you. and the makers of jack daniel have something to open a bottle about. we will talk to the ceo coming up next. ♪ >> it's time for bloomberg on the markets. here is a check of where markets are trading. it's a pretty green day. the s&p up by about 0.5%. the nasdaq leading the way. the real story, building permits rising almost eight percent month by month. it totally blew vast -- blew past estimates. maybe going forward we will see more construction and more people buying houses and more positivity in the market. checkout out shares of microsoft. the ceo said the company will unveil a version of the office for the ipad. it is an operating system for apple's ipad. >> you can get the basic, and then if you want the upgrade, you get to pay. how do you move customers over to the software without to live totally diluting the brand of the same time echo >> why would you want to use office? >> because it is office. it's dylan thing i love using on my husband matt computer -- it's the only thing i love using on my husband's mac
SFGTV
Mar 27, 2014 2:30am PDT
. is there any public comment? commissioners? >> jack thank you for that presentation what's the total open space for this mronl. >> it will be 9 acres. that's a lot that's great. so the different parks when will they be activated during construction >> so we will start - maybe i should let me go back to a plan. the phasing concept we've had was to start around building 12 to bring that historic structure back to life. and then start with that the plazass in the market square and we'll be very interested in trying to create that waterfront park there's a challenge your building more park earlier that's an opportunity to create the place. the irish hill playground will a great amenity to add to the surrounding neighborhood and to the for a second we're interested in attracting families to this location as well >> and then the honors will be done as - >> yeah. the notion it that i want to build the parks adjacent to the buildings otherwise you don't want to build the park twice; right? and sometimes building the infrastructure of the buildings requires you to do some work in the adjacent
CNBC
Mar 16, 2014 7:30pm EDT
>>> welcome to "on the money", i'm becky quick. lessons in leadership, how former ge ceo jack welch says you can get ahead in your job. >> one word, overdeliver. >> the markets take a breather this week. is it anything more than a pause? why everyone is so nervous about china all of a sudden. >>> seeing green for st. patrick's day, why irish whiskey may replace scotch as the drink of choice. does the name mcsorley's mean anything to you? "on the money" starts right now. >> here's a look at what's making news as we head into a new week. the big chill in the u.s. economy may be thawing, sales rose 0.3% last month. that was better than economists had expected and it could show a rebound from a weather related mid weather slump. consumers make up more than two thirds of the u.s. economy. a surprise sell-off late this week although there was no shortage of reason, ranges from fears about china's economy and tensions in ukraine. the dow fell 200 points on thursday, the fourth consecutive down day. the markets continued to fall on friday. amazon may have the lowest prices around but raisin
KRON
Mar 2, 2014 11:00pm PST
-tweets ♪ at kaiser permanente we've reduced serious heart attacks by 62%, which makes days with grandpa jack 100% more possible. join us at kp.org and thrive. another major rainstorm is crossed by causing major probles across. the state. snow plows across the country are on standby waiting for the latest winter weather debt. hit. this is not the only preparation picture-taking many items like mel are out of stock in certain stores. and colorado keos on interstate more their 100 vehicles were stock on the freeway to to the slick conditions. the road was closed for hours wall the clean up the mess. it's not slobbering causing havoc in california. on sunday alone more than 1500 flights were canceled. call ahead before he had to care foyou had to the airport. is the total 75000 flights canceled across all airports in the united states. monday will be arraigned tuesday clouding wednesday mornine rain the rain will begin in the north bay and spread south as you go through the day0. . throughout the day the remote get steadier and have your. s modem and '60s for much of verism. this is clear up the% fr
CSPAN
Mar 24, 2014 1:00am EDT
view. i was writing for breakpoint when jack passed away they asked if i would takeover. i have been doing that for a year and half. >> host: what is the short version of your conversion? >> guest: i was raised of a greek orthodox christian. believed in god but did not know the details or y or really even is this something that is intellectually sound. i was not convinced it was. i thought if you are greek you go to the greek church and did not ask questions. go to school and make a good living. at yale with faith was challenged with academia was extremely secular so by the time i graduated i was lost and had no idea what i believed because i did not know do i believe what i claim? money be open-minded i don't think there are any answers any rational person could have. i wanted to be a writer but that is tough it was not a good time in my life and moved back in with my parents which i don't recommend then i took the job as a proofreader. very unpleasant that i met a guy who was a very kind of soul who began having conversations with me. i was scared to be the born-again christian but
PBS
Mar 15, 2014 12:00am PDT
, as jack nicklaus became the oldest player to win a tourism. >> maybe... yes, sir! >> charlie: at 73, lundquist continues his craft. later this month, he'll serve as play-by-play announcer for march madness. third year covering the ncaa. verne, back at the table, welcome. for the first time, this table. >> i understand. you and i did this conversation 30 years ago. >> charlie: yeah. great to have you. >> thank you, charlie. >> charlie: it's been one hell of a run, hasn't it? >> extraordinary. really extraordinary. i have been so privileged so many times to be at moments like jack capturing the championship at the age of 46 and i look back at it now with some emotion and realize what a privilege it's been. >> charlie: if you were saying to someone, let me tell you why covering sports is a great life, what would you say? >> you can let your imagination roam a little bit. early in my career, i started in austin at president johnson's television station, i was there three years and thought i'm not devoting my life to something serious. so i took a job in san antonio at woai, the nbc affi
ABC
Mar 2, 2014 10:00pm PST
, with american beauty, i remember that i had thanked jack lemon, in my acceptance speech, because sam mendes and i based the character of lester burn on jack's extraordinary performance in "the apartment" one of the great films of all time. i called jack. now jack had won an academy award in 1955 for mr. roberts. then won again in 1973 for "save the tiger." i called jack after i dedicated my oscar to him. he said, you're a son of a bitch. why? i won my first oscar in did you it in four years. >> did you ever do that impersonation? >> i did. on saturday night live, we did this never before seen screen tests from star wars. and so i auditioned as chewbacca as jack lemon. >> did you ever think about hosting the oscars something you would agree to do, if they asked you? >> that would be great fun. >> you would like to. >> it would be great fun. sure. >> because you're jack lemon is similar to your johnny carson, i think. >> he was one of the great hosts of all time. >> of course. yes. >> you want to see johnny. >> do a little johnny. [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. look, can it was excited. we
Bloomberg
Mar 15, 2014 8:00am EDT
looks down at queen, jack and he calls. >> chanos is on the button here. he should be pressuring the blind and raising. i do not like the limp here. >> rogers calls from the small blinds. mario checks with his 4, 6 offshot. three players to the flop or the flop comes to. gabelli picks up an inside straight draw. rogers and gabelli check around to jim chanos. he bets 600. rogers folds over to gabelli who makes the call. >> mario senses he's weak and goes with a gut shot. >> gabelli makes his straight. >> i like the play. he hits his straight and is setting up for the check raise. >> chanos fires a bet of 1200 over to mario who raises you to 3,000. >> gabelli's plan work out here. chanos trying to save face. but his cards are heading for the muck. >> mario, mario, mario. age before courage, my good man. >> that is just what chanos does. he folds. mario gabelli takes down the first pot. gabelli's been doing his homework ahead of this game. >> who would you say you would be most afraid of them tonight's game? >> no one. i am the wildcard. they done me and i read enough about how perk
Bloomberg
Mar 17, 2014 11:00pm EDT
, the primary reason was control, jack ma and his partners want to have control over the board even though jack ma only owns cap 7.4% of the stock. that is the key reason they are looking into the united states. to make this company, to introduce alibaba, something a lot of people outside of china do not know. this u.s. offering, this global offered is a way to introduce in different parts of the world. but potential partners out there. even though the growth potential in china is great, they want to grow into the u.s. and around the world. it will be more competitive. >> paul sweeney and crid yu. we will talk more. also, speaking of other big bills, facebook purchased whatsapp have many wondering what mark zuckerberg will do with the messaging service? one of the top developers tell us what could be in store. ♪ >> welcome back to "bloomberg west." we are talking about alibaba planning to go public in the united states and also weibo filing to go public in the united states. with us is crid yu, a former executive at google in china, and paul sweeney. let's talk about the regulatory issues. ob
FOX
Mar 26, 2014 9:30am PDT
dog jack who died a year ago. ♪ wondrous joy and sleep peacefully buddy boy ♪ >> the tribute he simply calls "jack." he just started writing songs a year ago and he said it's really rough but he wanted to remember jack a year after they had to put him down. >> good for the video and you post it on the web and youtube and people from all over can watch that thing. >> that dog was whenever he went through a break-up, through all of his triumphant moments, when he got sober, when his sister got married, when his sister welcomed their first baby they said jack was there and i particularly like this refrain. ♪ sleep in peace my sweet buddy boy ♪ >> "sleep in peace my sweet buddy boy." i think everybody's had a dog pass away feels that sentiment he's sharing but seeing him with his sister in the wedding gown and with the family in all these pictures and videos helps you appreciate your pooch. >> it's a mini documentary and you get to see the pictures and video from the dog's life and all the family members so good stuff. >> i love his name jack frost. 1999 through 2013. >>> there's a str
ABC
Mar 8, 2014 8:00pm PST
beauty," i remember that i-i-i had thanked jack lemon, in my acceptance speech, because sam mendes and i, in some degree, based the character of lester burnham or sort of an arch of that character on jack's extraordinary performance in "the apartment," one of the great films of all time. so, i called jack. now, jack had won an academy award in 1955 for "mister roberts." then won again in 1973 for "save the tiger." and so i called jack after i dedicated my oscar to him. and he said, [ as jack lemmon ] you're a son of a bitch. [ laughter ] [ normal voice ] i said, "why?" he said, [as jack lemmon] "i won my first oscar in 1955. "it took me 18 years to win the second one. you did it in four years. you son of a bitch." [ laughter, applause ] that's a great impersonation. did you ever do that -- for him -- that impersonation? [ normal voice ] well, actually, i did. and then, on "saturday night live," we did this never-before-seen screen tests from "star wars." oh, yeah! and so i auditioned as chewbacca as jack lemmon. [ as jack lemmon ] can someone tell me where the hell one of walkie things i
CNBC
Mar 20, 2014 7:00pm EDT
interest rates. i'm so happy. >>> most of you know one of my great mentors was the late jack kemp. his two sons have kept teaching alive, they are about to join us live to talk about what their dad would say about today's economy and the whole business with vladmir putin. all right, two kemps, one kudlow. we'll be right back. we'll be ri. . bulldog; oh boy! every mattress at mattress discounters is so comfy. how could they get any better? well, there's one way... brilliant! mattress discounters red tag sale! look at that! $300 off serta perfect sleeper, and sealy posturepedic. plus, free delivery. the red tag means you save more green during mattress discounters red tag sale. now that's a beautiful sight. ♪ mattress discounters >> i think all people respect the word entrepreneur. they appreciate the risk-taker. the guy or galanos takes an idea out of their head and heart and puts it into a business that adds value to our economy. >> right. great stuff. my old friend and mentor the late jack kemp, always advocated for big ideas that would unleash our god-given activity to spur economic gr
KRON
Mar 19, 2014 8:00pm PDT
permanente we've reduced serious heart attacks by 62%, which makes days with grandpa jack 100% more possible. join us at kp.org and thrive. hey. hey. [doorbell rings] what's this? it's u-verse live tv. with at&t u-verse... you can watch live tv from your device. hey. hey. anywhere in your home. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. so you won't miss a minute of march madness. call now to get a u-verse bundle for the same great price for 2 years. guaranteed. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter:this is a truck hauling oakland now to the untrained eye this is all it is but to california highway patrol officer nett this is huge problem. especially when the chp is right smack in the middle of a litter enforcement campaign, >>i'm stopping you because the load that you're carrying in your trailer and your truck >> reporter:now if you happen drive an automobile, ride a motorcycle or a bicycle this is a problem waiting to happen, often when you think littering you picture fast food wrappers or cigarette butts. >> reporter:however, state law says the o
ABC
Mar 19, 2014 5:00am EDT
will have more on warmer temperatures and sunshine minutes away. right now, jack taylor would take five dollars. we will start things off this morning in decent shape. we like to see green on the map. that is how we will start things off. .70 we will head south on 270 we will see traffic coming southbound. headlights coming towards us remain light. if you are continuing down towards the american legion bridge, traffic is moving well between maryland and virginia. into virginia, we will go to 95 northbound into newington. traffic is going away from us. it is light. stays that way from stafford to springfield. the other day. severaleat a roadway times, plan ahead. so far, we are in great shape. students at howard university are being let back into their dorm rooms after a fire on campus. in one fire broke out room. two people were taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. up for oneng coming d.c. firefighter after the death of the city employee. >> john gonzalez has been monitoring this one for us. he is live in northeast with what we can expect from this hearing. >> good morning. this
Comedy Central
Mar 25, 2014 1:00am PDT
♪ spankin' it, spankin' it ♪ ♪ smackity smack - ♪ he's about to jack it - whack jack whack jack whackin' it jackin' it ♪ ♪ whacky whacky spank spank spankity whack ♪ >> from comedy central's world news headquarters in new york, this is "the daily show" with jon stewart. ["daily show" theme song playing] [cheers and applause] >> jon: welcome to "the daily show". my name is jon stewart. [cheers and applause] that's a fact. thank you for joining us. our guest tonight oh, she puts the huff in huffpo. awr -- arianna huffington. tonight the malaysian flight seems to have shown the worst. >> a jumbo jet carrying 239 people. we're doing everything we can to get as many detail as possible from the sources around the world. >> jon: the accurate and humble assessment from cnn until they realized oh, (bleep) we have 23 hours and 59 minutes left to fill. [ laughter ] (bleep) it let's go nuts. and they did. with everybody -- everything in their bag of tricks. giant floor maps. big flake airplanes. little fake airplanes. holographic airplanes. no airplane detail left unspoken. >> a plane
NBC
Mar 6, 2014 11:00am PST
is coming up at 5:00. [horns honk] >> hey, jack. >> congratulations, lemon. i see you read my memo about having more catchphrases on your show. >> what catchphrases? oh, are you talking about... [brooklyn accent] >> if your man leaves in boxers and comes home in briefs, that's a deal breaker, ladies. if he wears an atlanta falcons jersey to your sister's wedding... >> [imitating jenna] "that's a deal breaker, ladies." this is gonna be huge for jenna. >> and for me, 'cause i wrote that phrase. >> if you say so, lemon. >> jack, is this really what you wanted to talk about? >> what else is there to discuss? >> oh, really? you're gonna do the repressed irish thing? be italian for like one second. i'm-a jack. i don't know who my father is. i'm-a so emotional, i'm gonna smash these barrels! >> we're not discussing that because i've made a decision. i don't wanna know who my real father is. >> are you kidding? why?
KOFY
Mar 8, 2014 9:00pm PST
taco madness - ster taco fans! when two new monster taco flavors from jack in the box face off. introducing - the bacon ranch monster taco, crushin' it with strips of bacon and creamy ranch versus the nacho monster taco, comin' hard with nacho cheese and jalapeños! monster, monster, monster tacos! too much? needs an explosion. . >> if you dreamed of being on "wheel of fortune" this week you can. 3,000 people showed up. abc 23450u7z meteorologist helped emcee. wheel producers are looking for energetic people who can figure out their puzzle. manytime people told us they were fans of the show and wanted to solve the puzzle. >> this is something i wanted to do. i'm good at it at home. i'm an accountant that plays word games. "wheel of fortune" is up my alley. >> they have a lot of people all dancing. i can't wait until i get up there. >> you will have another chance to be a part of the wheel mobile from noon to 4:00 tomorrow him we have more details on abc 7 news.com. under see it on tv. >>> in san francisco, tomorrow moerng more than 3 miles of the embar co der ro will be closed
SFGTV
Mar 10, 2014 1:30am PDT
and supervisor yee is here and freddie price and john is here with the 3 doggy heads man i didn't memo and jack and the school is here loyola >> yeah. we have diane scott. it wasn't quite a glorious day when the doggie diner feel detain from its perch. it was very sad i wondered if the defendant's exhibit no. i think was going to be up here thanks to an amazing community work and the dpw head the doggy head was put back up. now like most celebrities the doggie diner had to get work down and thank you to the amazing dpw surgeons i want to bring up the doggie diners best friend mayor ed lee >> tammy thank you, very much this is dear to you happy valentine's day everyone this is where i like to spend my valentine's day. we did so for many years after the falling of the our doggie diner head and the responsibility the city took place as an example for support for something that's part of our history. i know the historic beach society is here they appreciated what we did and john log did moot example of what we can do with the doggie diner head he's been responsible for you want to thank him over
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Mar 10, 2014 9:00pm PDT
with hoof process approved and back in the 2007 timeframe the person that lid it was gak jack but if the early days in 2007 and i've had the pleasure of working with jack you get a process report we quota it in december of 2007 that helped to us start the process and to get it approved by december of 2011 in about a 3 year period we've got to approval and i want to give a special thanks to affidavit from a e coming and his staff and surging and from caltrain's. they were structurally in us getting the environmental approval and it can take some time. we went through our design effort this takes over 2 thousand plan sheets go into that for the advertising and bids and thanks to the folks at e come and particularly sam from 2007 also. we were lucky enough to get approved for right-of-way certification and a lot of you don't know about this that's itself part where the engineers don't know about the real estate end so we hired spectacular from the social from folks who led the effort for the federal land transfer it maples a transfer of land from the first-degree to the local age
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